Modern Islamic Studies Extortion

Discussion in 'Events' started by Adam Yahya, Dec 14, 2014.

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  1. Adam Yahya

    Adam Yahya Active Member

    That is a lot of money on the face of things.

    I understand that there are costs associated to such courses, for instance tutor wages and perhaps venue hire, but I still think it's too much. It should be at the very most half that price.
  2. Syed Ahmed Uwaisi

    Syed Ahmed Uwaisi Active Member

    Thank you for showing an interest in the Al Husna course. The Al-Husna Course is a multi-disciplinary and non-examinable certifcate program dedicated to the sound and comprehensive knowledge and understanding of Islamic sciences. It is an interactive course designed not only to increase the students' knowledge, but to improve their relationship with Allah and His Messenger Prophet Muhammad (s) and their association with the creations of God.

    The Al-Husna Course also aims to motivate the students to actualise the knowledge they have learnt in their daily life and practice, and conduct themselves in their best, as ambassadors of Islam and the Prophet (s). The program shall empower the students to contextualise their knowledge and apply it appropriately.


    The course is aimed to be delivered over the period of 7 months (one full week end every month) with two additional sessions to supplement the course. The weekend will be divided in a way that all the modules will be covered in proportional manner along with breaks. The first classes will commence on the 20th & 21st December 2014.

    The full dates are:

    1. 2014- December 20th and 21st
    2. 2015- January 3rd and 4th
    3. February 7th and 8th
    4. March 7th and 8th
    5. April 4th and 5th
    6. May 9th and 10th
    7. June 13th and 14th
    The course will consist of the following modules:

    1 'Aqidah (Islamic Creed or Belief)
    2 Fiqh (Islamic Jurisprudence)
    3 Tasawwuf (Islamic Spirituality or Sufism)
    4 Qur'an Tajwid (Rules of Recitation)
    5 Tafsir (Qur'an Exegesis)
    6 Hadith (Traditions of Prophet Muhammad)
    7 Da'wah (Presenting Islam)

    Below is a link for the whole brochure and a breakdown of the modules:

    Brochure information:


    The fees for the whole course are £400 and the payment deadline is the 15th December 2014. Payment can be made in two installments and should be made by the 15th December 2014. Please quote Al Husna Course when transferring funds in to the CSCA account.

    Our bank details:

    Account name: Centre for Spirituality & Cultural Advancement

    Bank: TSB

    Account Number: 30204068

    Sort code: 77-76-08

    Alternatively if you would like to pay via cheque, please make cheques payable to: 'Centre for Spirituality and Cultural Advancement' and send to the following address:

    16th Floor

    Portland House

    Bressenden Place


    SW1E 5RS

    If you require further information or assistance please contact on the information given below.


    Tel: 07879770806


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